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Our Northern Ohio Walks are now open and ready for registrations!

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The ALS Awareness License plate is now available through the Ohio BMV! This special interest license plate uses beautiful imagery to raise awareness for ALS. Every ALS Awareness License Plate purchase includes a $25 contribution that goes directly to The ALS Association Northern Ohio Chapter. Thank you to everyone who has made this project come to fruition. We can’t wait to see these meaningful license plates in action on the road! 

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Join the Walk Planning Committee

Walk Planning Committee 2022

Did you know that the Walk to Defeat ALS is the #1 way to unite and advocate for those living with ALS? Each year, the Walk drives bold and urgent innovation as we march together for a cure for ALS. No matter if you are living with ALS, a caregiver, parent, or sibling of someone with ALS, or are just someone who wants to support our mission, we encourage every one of you to get involved with one of our Walks.

One way to get involved is by joining our Walk planning committee. Meetings are held monthly to discuss not only Walk day logistics, but marketing and advocacy, corporate partners, and team development and fundraising. If you are interested in sharing your talents in any of these areas, please fill out our volunteer form and select Events under the Areas of Interest. Someone from our events staff will be in contact. 

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Celebrating MLB's Lou Gehrig Day in Cleveland

Lou Gehrig Day Video

On June 2, Major League Baseball held a sportwide Lou Gehrig Day, honoring the Hall of Fame New York Yankees first baseman.

A huge victory for the entire ALS community, this campaign will help raise awareness of ALS and shine a spotlight on families living with the disease. The Lou Gehrig Day campaign builds upon the great relationships that many of our chapters have with their local teams.

Lou Gehrig Day festivities were put on hold in Cleveland after a rainout postponed the game. It was rescheduled for July 28. Check out the video from the game featuring Northern Ohio families: Lou Gehrig Day 2021.

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